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Singarayar Cleetruse Geethan, 32, had little sleep the night before June 20 last year and hit a family when his car mounted the road kerb.
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Mr Gong Jiangbin had gone to Clementi Mall with his wife yesterday morning. His wife decided to return home 20 minutes earlier.
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A forklift driver was crushed by a prime mover on March 1.
The following day, another worker was killed at a construction site (above) after apparently falling to his death.
Mr Harendran Banjatjaram was supposed to be at his grandmother’s funeral on Saturday.
But the 23-year-old was nowhere to be found after telling his family he was going for supper on Friday night.
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Lying on a stretcher and wearing a neck brace, Madam Siti Nur Shahidah was tilted slowly to her side by paramedics so she could take one last look at her husband.
A container truck driver was crushed to death by the container he was transporting.
While the nation grieves over the tragic loss of two young lives in the Tampines accident on Monday, netizens are unified in their disgust over Internet insensitivity.
On Monday, brothers Nigel Yap, 13, and Donovan, 7, were on their way home from Tampines North Primary School on their bicycle when a cement truck struck them at the junction of Tampines Avenue 9 and Tampines Street 45.
Two brothers, aged 13 and 7, were killed in a fatal accident in Tampines at about 5.40pm yesterday afternoon.
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HE WAS burnt beyond recognition while trapped in his car early Sunday morning after crashing into a concrete barricade.
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